39th CAFEO As a responsible member of the international community, Brunei Darussalam needs to reduce the Greenhouse Gases, GHG emissions. Although the country’s contribution to global GHG emissions is at 0.025 percent, Brunei Darussalam remains committed to pave a low carbon and climate-resilient pathways for a sustainable future. This was said by the Minister of Energy, in his Keynote Address at the 39th Conference of the ASEAN Federation of Engineering Organisation, CAFEO yesterday morning. Yang Berhormat Dato Seri Setia Doctor Awang Haji Mat Suny bin Haji Md Hussien also said that the Ministry of Energy is leading four strategies under the Brunei National Climate Change Policy, BNCCP namely Reducing Industrial Emissions; Deployment of Electric Vehicles; Renewable Energy; and Power Sector Management. According to the Minister of Energy, as Chair of the ASEAN Ministers on Energy Meeting, AMEM this year, Brunei Darussalam has advocated for the advancement of green technologies and other key initiatives to address the challenge of climate change. Engineering will continue to play an important role in energizing the world, as we transition towards achieving net-zero emissions to address the challenges of climate change. Meanwhile, Professor Doctor Dayang Hajah Zohrah binti Haji Sulaiman, Vice Chancellor of Universiti Teknologi Brunei in her keynote address said that mitigative technologies are needed to reduce GHG emissions. While, Yang Berbahagia Dato’ Seri Ingeneur Dr Zaini bin Ujang, Secretary General, Ministry of Environment and Water, Malaysia touched on the objectives for Malaysia at the Climate Change Conference, COP26. Source: Radio Television Brunei 35 New Cases, 2 New Clusters Detected, 56 Cases Recovered

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National Vaccination Programme, Mobile Vaccination Clinic for COVID-19

The Minister of Health shared that 80.9 percent of the total population have completed the second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. While, 93.8 percent of the total population have received the first dose. Under the National Vaccination Programme, a total …

39th CAFEO As a responsible member of the international community, Brunei Darussalam needs to reduce the Greenhouse Gases, GHG emissions. Although the country’s contribution to global GHG emissions is at 0.025 percent, Brunei Darussalam remains committed to pave a low carbon and climate-resilient pathways for a sustainable future. This was said by the Minister of Energy, in his Keynote Address at the 39th Conference of the ASEAN Federation of Engineering Organisation, CAFEO yesterday morning. Yang Berhormat Dato Seri Setia Doctor Awang Haji Mat Suny bin Haji Md Hussien also said that the Ministry of Energy is leading four strategies under the Brunei National Climate Change Policy, BNCCP namely Reducing Industrial Emissions; Deployment of Electric Vehicles; Renewable Energy; and Power Sector Management. According to the Minister of Energy, as Chair of the ASEAN Ministers on Energy Meeting, AMEM this year, Brunei Darussalam has advocated for the advancement of green technologies and other key initiatives to address the challenge of climate change. Engineering will continue to play an important role in energizing the world, as we transition towards achieving net-zero emissions to address the challenges of climate change. Meanwhile, Professor Doctor Dayang Hajah Zohrah binti Haji Sulaiman, Vice Chancellor of Universiti Teknologi Brunei in her keynote address said that mitigative technologies are needed to reduce GHG emissions. While, Yang Berbahagia Dato’ Seri Ingeneur Dr Zaini bin Ujang, Secretary General, Ministry of Environment and Water, Malaysia touched on the objectives for Malaysia at the Climate Change Conference, COP26. Source: Radio Television Brunei 35 New Cases, 2 New Clusters Detected, 56 Cases Recovered

35 new COVID-19 cases have been confirmed in the country yesterday, bringing the total COVID-19 cases to 15,093. Yang Berhormat Dato Seri Setia Doctor Haji Awang Mohd Isham bin Haji Jaafar, Minister of Health stated the matter at a media conference on …

39th CAFEO As a responsible member of the international community, Brunei Darussalam needs to reduce the Greenhouse Gases, GHG emissions. Although the country’s contribution to global GHG emissions is at 0.025 percent, Brunei Darussalam remains committed to pave a low carbon and climate-resilient pathways for a sustainable future. This was said by the Minister of Energy, in his Keynote Address at the 39th Conference of the ASEAN Federation of Engineering Organisation, CAFEO yesterday morning. Yang Berhormat Dato Seri Setia Doctor Awang Haji Mat Suny bin Haji Md Hussien also said that the Ministry of Energy is leading four strategies under the Brunei National Climate Change Policy, BNCCP namely Reducing Industrial Emissions; Deployment of Electric Vehicles; Renewable Energy; and Power Sector Management. According to the Minister of Energy, as Chair of the ASEAN Ministers on Energy Meeting, AMEM this year, Brunei Darussalam has advocated for the advancement of green technologies and other key initiatives to address the challenge of climate change. Engineering will continue to play an important role in energizing the world, as we transition towards achieving net-zero emissions to address the challenges of climate change. Meanwhile, Professor Doctor Dayang Hajah Zohrah binti Haji Sulaiman, Vice Chancellor of Universiti Teknologi Brunei in her keynote address said that mitigative technologies are needed to reduce GHG emissions. While, Yang Berbahagia Dato’ Seri Ingeneur Dr Zaini bin Ujang, Secretary General, Ministry of Environment and Water, Malaysia touched on the objectives for Malaysia at the Climate Change Conference, COP26. Source: Radio Television Brunei 35 New Cases, 2 New Clusters Detected, 56 Cases Recovered

35 new COVID-19 cases have been confirmed in the country yesterday, bringing the total COVID-19 cases to 15,093. Yang Berhormat Dato Seri Setia Doctor Haji Awang Mohd Isham bin Haji Jaafar, Minister of Health stated the matter at a media conference on …

Pfizer Vaccine Approved For Children Aged 5 To 11

The Ministry of Health’s Technical Division has given permission and consent for the vaccination of children aged 5 to 11. The Minister of Health said that negotiations have been made with Pfizer, and the vaccine is expected to arrive in the first quar…